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Great Court, St. John's College, Cambridge
ArtistJohn Fulleylove
Title
Great Court, St. John's College, Cambridge   
Date1889
MediumWatercolour on paper
Size12.5(H) x 17.5(W)
Number10665
River Scene with Cart and Donkey
ArtistJohn Fulleylove (previous attrib - click here to view other artists for this work)
Title
River Scene with Cart and Donkey   
Datec1840
MediumOil on canvas
Size49.5(H) x 74.5(W)
Number5404
River Scene with Fountain in Garden
ArtistJohn Fulleylove (previous attrib - click here to view other artists for this work)
Title
River Scene with Fountain in Garden   
Datec1840
MediumOil on canvas
Size49.5(H) x 74.5(W)
Number5403
St. John's College, Cambridge
ArtistJohn Fulleylove
Title
St. John's College, Cambridge   
Date1889
MediumWatercolour on paper
Size12.5(H) x 17.5(W)
Number10666
Waterloo Bridge
ArtistJohn Fulleylove
Title
Waterloo Bridge   
Date1884
MediumWatercolour on paper
Size32(H) x 49.5(W)
Number9682
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